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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Orgasmatron Lives!

by Paddy Johnson Corinna Kirsch Gabriela Vainsencher on October 7, 2013
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We’re still flying by on September’s openings, but by the time the weekend rolls around, we’re gonna see some signs of new art life. Throughout the week, there’s a heckuva bunch of artist talks and lectures. We just might jump out of our panda costumes to attend a few. By the time the weekend rolls around though, we’ll have some hard choices to make. Pandacam re-enactments or Mike Kelley’s behemoth retrospective at PS1, Rollin Leonard’s solo show of cut up digital bodies, or Robert Longo’s Patsy Cline cover band reuniting at The Kitchen. Only time will tell whether the government’s shutdown has greater effects on the art world than anyone could have predicted.

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AFC’s Top 10: Rhett Jones

by Rhett Jones on January 3, 2013
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Our personal top tens continue with Rhett Jones, AFC’s indispensable jack-of-all-trades and designated film person.

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Art Fag City at The L Magazine: Defining A Cagean Aesthetic

by Paddy Johnson on April 11, 2012
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It's hard to imagine a show that effectively surveys John Cage's influence while remaining fresh. The musician, philosopher, and artist's influence is simply too large to track, and his strategies have been so thoroughly digested that they often appear as cliches.

Luckily, if curators Joachim Pissarro, Bibi Calderaro, Julio Grinblatt, and Michelle Yun thought about that difficulty, it didn't stop them from putting a show together. Notations: The Cage Effect Today, at Hunter College (through April 21), includes more than 25 artists whose work has been touched in some way by Cage. Why I like it after the jump.

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This Week’s Openings: Issues of Race, Breast Shelves, and Looking Beyond Haggis

by Whitney Kimball on September 27, 2011
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In assembling our October gallery preview, we realized there were a few September stragglers we look forward to attending – or at least catching the tail end of – this week. So, if you haven’t already heard, here are a few end-of-month picks for September.

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